Renderings Of ‘Skyline Changing’ Avery Miami Central Planned Near Brightline Hub In Downtown Miami

Developer Meyers Group has uploaded renderings to their website of a residential tower they are planning in downtown Miami.

Avery Miami Central will be “the newest high-rise to change the skyline of downtown Miami,” the developer wrote. It will rise 35 stories.

Avery will include 230 apartments for rent at market rates. There will also be 18,000 square feet of office space.

The building size is listed at 348,000 square feet.

Avery will be built on property owned by Meyers across from the soon to break ground Block 55 project, which will have 355,000 square feet of retail space and 506 apartment units.

3 MiamiCentral is also across the street from the Avery site, and includes a Publix now under construction.

Records show a construction permit application for the Avery site was filed in October 2019 but plans were never submitted. The filing stated that the project will include restaurant space as well as residential and office.

The renderings show architect Kobi Karp’s logo at the bottom. Kobi Karp is also designing an Avery project in Dania Beach for Meyers.

 

 

 

 

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Anonymous
11 months ago

This article title gave me a brain aneurysm.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Same.

Anonymous
11 months ago

35 stories wouldn’t change the skyline of Jacksonville, let alone Miami.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Maybe there are very high ceiling floors😂

Anonymous
11 months ago

OMG!!! that was exactly what I thought when I read it.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Not only that the design looks dated already.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Wow, I love it. I just wish it had 10-20 more floors

Anonymous
11 months ago

Or 65 more. Make it 100!

Shawn Kouri
11 months ago

It looks more like an office building to be honest. This should be all office instead.

Anonymous
11 months ago

With that parking podium? It looks like a residential tower.

POLO
11 months ago

Residential tower with no balconies, it’s a welcome change!

Anonymous
11 months ago

People don’t really use the balconies anyways

Anonymous
11 months ago

0nly indoorsy geeks don’t use balconies. We found 2 of em

Anonymous
11 months ago

Make it 3🙋🏼‍♀️

Anonymous
11 months ago

I love and use my balcony

Anonymous
11 months ago

When will that abandon building next to it ever be finished.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Krystal tower. 10+ years later…🤦‍♂️

Anonymous
11 months ago

It should be abandoned

Anonymous
11 months ago

what’s the story behind it

Anonymous
11 months ago

they ran out of money during the 2008 bust and so far there has been three different companies claiming they will build something. It has one security guard guarding it.

Jesus
11 months ago

I’m enjoying the density that is ahead for us in that area but game changing? The only “changing” I see here are the ads popping up.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Like changing from Crazy 8’s to Uno.

Anonymous
11 months ago

this looks like an office building built in the exurbs of a second-tier Chinese city

Anonymous
11 months ago

You sound like someone with quality experience in exurbs of second-tier Chinese cities. Good on you.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Guys please, be happy it looks like an office building. It’s our only chance at having that kind of diversity in our skyline profile.

Anonymous
11 months ago

That’s sad.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Filler. Hardly a game changer on the skyline given it’s height.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Fillers are good tho. Especially in overtown.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Miami winning

Anonymous
11 months ago

Always

Anonymous G
11 months ago

I like it. I hope it starts construction soon. I am a fan of balconies but I do enjoy the change of a residential building with no balconies.

Anonymous
11 months ago

“Skyline Changing” ?! You got to be kidding?! LOL

Azarius
11 months ago

Build it‼️‼️ Miami needs this and it a little different than the surrounding buildings

Anonymous
11 months ago

If it fits in, it’s not “skyline changing” in the hopeful sense. This building lacks imagination, ie, it fits right in.

Nick in FL
11 months ago

looks like a medical office building – not so inviting.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Wow
It looks like the architects were inspired with a combo of Zahas masterpiece and the Freedom Tower.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Yeah really
We’re all so jaded with our architecture that this non descriptive anomaly of a building is producing so much buzz.

Anxious Bubblegum
11 months ago

So will they be knocking down the Krystal Tower that was left unfinished after the 2008 crash? That has had construction fencing up for 12 years and closed the sidewalk along the perimeter. It looks like this same site.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Pray this hideous hot mess doesn’t get built.

Anonymous
11 months ago

I don’t think i have ever looked up in any city (and yes I have done this for a hundred years) and see anyone on a balcony above 15 floors ‘hanging out’. They may look out a couple times (which you can do from big sprawling windows just the same) and head back in. It is such a tired design in Miami…lazy and boring. Balcony balcony balcony…it is like the damn palm trees…alright already, we get it. I swear to god there are less palm trees in all of southeast Asia and the Caribbean combined than you see in this tired town still trying to make the case that it is tropical. And then the tired designs with balconies in a center city. Ok, thanks. Got it. Very distracting and less than sophisticated.

Anonymous
11 months ago

“They may look out a couple times (which you can do from big sprawling windows just the same) and head back in”

Which, I would rather have an option to do. Miami is not someplace like Minneapolis were snow and freezing cold will keep you indoors and once in while peer out the window at a frozen city for months. If I’m paying 2000 to 2500 dollars a month rent, you damn right, I want a place to park my car and a balcony to sit or step out on every once in a while if I feel like it.

Anonymous
11 months ago

“I swear to god there are less palm trees in all of southeast Asia and the Caribbean combined than you see in this tired town still trying to make the case that it is tropical”

HA!… you do have a point there. Also, people visiting from other cities outside of Florida are shocked when they see all the lizards and chickens running around in such a big metropolis.

Anonymous
11 months ago

It amazes me how many vacant lots are in this area… Hell In most of Miami for that matter! This area has a lot of potential and its not as expensive as a lot of other booming areas. I think if your a developer this area should be a place you should definitely consider! Walking distance to Brightline, Metro rail, Metro mover and hopefully Tri-rail is a no brainer!

Nick in FL
11 months ago

maybe instead of building 4 buildings are 30ish floors each, we could build two 60 story buildings and save the footprint of the other two as greenspace?

Anonymous
11 months ago

No balconies==FAIL

Anonymous
11 months ago

Isn’t this in Overtown? Why does it say downtown? …isn’t MWC in Park West? Sorry, new here and trying to figure out logistics.

Anonymous
11 months ago

So 3 people gave me a thumbs down without explanation. That’s mean.

Anonymous
11 months ago

They just don’t like new comers because they can afford these buildings and they can’t 🙂

Anonymous
11 months ago

😂

Azarius
11 months ago

You are correct this is considered Overtown they are just afraid to mention that 😂

Anonymous
11 months ago

Thank you!!

Anonymous
11 months ago

Who cares for that technicality.
It’s downtown

Anonymous
11 months ago

Get to know the place before you start commenting shit! We are a small community an we don’t like when people comment if they don’t know what the hell going on! Sorry but we are just not to friendly around these parts!

TellingLikeItIs
11 months ago

Second wave is coming worldwide, the “vaccine” news are a joke, it will take 5 years to have a truly tested vaccine that works and even then it will be like the flu one, every year a new strain so de-facto ineffective. The worst of all is the small business bankruptcy wave which has not happened yet with all the hand outs before the election, but its coming folks! If you are selling take what you can get now, if you are buying wait .. wait … wait.. Dont count on a lot of development going up in the next few years.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Oh shut it Dr. Fakeci

Anonymous
11 months ago

Another doom and gloom reporter.
Don’t we have enough with our mainstream media?

Anonymous
11 months ago

Get the hell on with all the politics we here about real estate not no damn vaccine!

Anonymous
11 months ago

Not true. Lots of new development started and continued during the first wave. No reason to think it won’t continue.